I'll forward your e-mail to our elementary school music teacher. She
uses Sibelius, Music Time, MIDI keyboards and is part of the MIDI
On Nov 12, 2004, at 5:02 PM, Paul Irish wrote:
> To whom it may concern,
> I am looking at options for student software/hardware to support the
> music curriculum at the K-5 level. At grades 6-8 we use midi
> computers, and Sibelius composition software. If you are using
> technology in your music curriculum anywhere in the K-5 grades I would
> appreciate information on the following questions.
> 1. Is it used as an enrichment program or do all students
> 2. Does it include music keyboards and midi or is it just
> 3. Type/name of software?
> 4. Was the hardware/software acquired through grant participation
> (e.g., MIDI project) or supported through local funds?
> 5. What are the curricular application(s) of software (e.g., skill
> development - improvising,composition; performance - pitch, rhythm,
> playing instruments; or concepts/vocabulary - reading and notating
> 6. Do the curricular applications change as you change grades (e.g.,
> composition at grade 2, reading music at grade 4)?
> L. Paul Irish
> Director of Information Technology
> Burlington School District
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